|Stubblefield Lake Campground was built in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps as part of one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs. Just an hour north of Houston, in the Sam Houston National Forest, Stubblefield offers great outdoor experiences, including camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking and picnicking.Visitors may choose from 30 campsites that can accommodate campers or recreation vehicles up to 20 feet long. Nestled among pines and hardwoods, the sites have tent pads, picnic tables, barbecue grills and lantern posts. Drinking water, showers and toilet facilities are also available, as is a large picnic shelter.Stubblefield Lake is home to a variety of fish including largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish. The calm waters of the oxbow lake invite canoeists, and just five miles downstream lies Lake Conroe.|
|Facilities: Stubblefield Lake Campground provides drinking water, toilets, showers, picnic tables, and grills.|
Best Time To Visit: Stubblefield Lake Campground is accessible year round.
Fees: A fee is charged.
Accessibility: This park is handicapped accessible.
Rules: Remember to keep all pets on a leash, keep all fire inside the designated fire rings, the maximum amount of stay is 2 weeks, and pack it in and pack it out.
Directions: To reach Stubblefield Lake Campground from Huntsville head southwest out of town on the Farm To Market Road 1374 for 10 miles where you will come to Stubblefield Lake Road, make a right and follow it for 2.5 miles to the park.
Map: Click here for a map to Stubblefield Lake Campground
Reservations: Stubblefield Lake Campground operates on a first come first served basis.
|Sam Houston National Forest|
|394 FM 1375 West|
|New Waverly, Texas 77358|
|General: (936) 344-6205|
|Fax: (936) 344-2123|
|Toll Free:1(888) 361-6908|